Perhaps the largest timber-framed town house in England, built in 1595 and once visited by Charles II. Used as a shop for many years, High House is filled with period furnishings and houses the Staffordshire Yeomanry Museum. Free entry. 48 Greengate Street,
England, ST16 2JA
Moseley Old Hall is a historic Elizabethan timber-framed house that provided a hiding place for Charles II during his escape following the Battle of Worcester in 1651. When Charles was fleeing from Parliamentary troops after the Battle, he sought refuge at Moseley Hall. Visitors can see the bed in which the fugitive prince slept and see an exhibit covering his eventful escape to freedom overseas. Moseley Old Hall Lane, Fordhouses Wolverhampton,
England, WV10 7HY
The Synod of Hertford was a church gathering that proclaimed the supremacy of the see of Canterbury in the English church. The Archbishop of Canterbury was given the power to divide dioceses and to create new bishops.
This king's madness led to a Regency headed by his son, George (and to a popular modern film!)
Weston Hall originated in 1550 when it was built as a small dower house. In early 2012 the Petrouis family took on Weston Hall with a view to making major refurbishments over a 6-month period. After restoring the building to its former glory Weston Hall re - opened on 16th … more >>
Dovecliff Hall Country House is a hidden gem nestled in the delightful Staffordshire countryside. Dating back to 1790 this elegant Georgian House has been fully restored to provide a subtle blend of history with modern comfortable hospitality. Set within seven acres of beautiful gardens and adjacent to the … more >>